The good thing about those pathetic art scammers has been that their story never changes. They’re moving from place A to place B, they need some of your wonderful art to hang in their new home, and for some strange reason the stupid woman is always pregnant (God help the world if these people do actually breed).Continue Reading
Just a quick post to try and rank on Google for two active art scammers at the moment. I have been getting emails and new comments on old art scammer posts about “Janet Gillian” and “Jeff Carter” of Expressmover.
Janet Francis has magically morphed into Janet Gillian and is busy trying to scam artists at the moment.
Jeff Carter of Expressmover or Express Mover has been their imaginary delivery man for a while now. Expressmover is a fictional mover invented by a Janet or a Jeff.. who knows. The names are not so important, it’s their method of scamming artists which is most important. Janet Francis turns into Janet Gillian and Expressmover might be Express Packages next week.Continue Reading
She/he must be hitting a lot of artists at the moment. So I’m just publishing this post so that her name and/or email address shows up on Google, letting artists know that she is a scammer.
Here’s an example of an email sent by it..Continue Reading
I love it when artists write to me and thank me for helping them avoid being scammed. Just yesterday I mentioned the art scammer Janet Francis and today I received an email from an artist thanking me for it.
Janet Francis even has her movers contact artists by email to make the whole scam look so much more real. It’s funny that the movers talk like Janet Francis too.Continue Reading
Here’s a new type of scam that I came across yesterday. I received an email from what looked like an artist that I listed in an art directory that I look after. I was suspicious immediately, but they did a lot of things right, which could have fooled those that are new to the internet (or much more trusting of people than I am).Continue Reading
One of the problems with trying to do something good is that the people trying to do something bad don’t like you. Having an artist scammers list means that artists will appreciate it, while art scammers won’t.
I have received emails and someone left a comment about a person called “Bikram Shrestha” sending them the usual scam letters, so I listed the person and their email on the list. The artist said that a “whole group of woman artists” received the same letter from this emailContinue Reading
I know I keep mentioning art scams and the emails that artists receive, but they continue to help artists that are new to the internet. So, I thought I would create a post with the art scammer’s name and email. I’ll update this post with new names, aliases and emails of the scummy excuses for human beings and hopefully it will prevent a lot of artists from being ripped off.
Please leave a comment on this post with the name and email of any art scam emails that you receive and I will add it to the list. If artists are suspicious and do a Google search for the person (poor excuse for one), I hope they find this post! Please link to this post and/or tell your artist friends about it.
The way they work is to send you a check/cheque that is much larger than the amount you agreed on for your art. They ask you to send the extra money back to them, just before you find out that their check is fake. Insist on using payment methods like Paypal.com or Escrow.com and they will leave you alone.
LIST OF ART SCAMMERS
(scammers are arranged alphabetically by their first name)
Bikram Shrestha – firstname.lastname@example.org
Claire – email@example.com
Claire Pink – firstname.lastname@example.org
Crewford – email@example.com
Crystal Moll – firstname.lastname@example.org
Dave Frank – email@example.com
Francis Morgan for Expressmover
Garritt Miller – firstname.lastname@example.org
George Craige – email@example.com
Hanks Thomas – firstname.lastname@example.org
Henry Matt – email@example.com
Jane Francis – firstname.lastname@example.org
Janet Brand -
Janet Francis – email@example.com
Janet Gillian – firstname.lastname@example.org
Janet Rumsey – email@example.com
Janet Vida – firstname.lastname@example.org
Jeff Carter for Expressmover – email@example.com
Jessica – firstname.lastname@example.org
Johnson Mark – email@example.com
Kim Bauer -
Lisa Benson – firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
Nicole Danes – email@example.com
Nicole Roane – firstname.lastname@example.org
Precious – email@example.com
Raymond Hyslop – anitagatlin1010@Yahoo.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
Robert Cole – email@example.com
Sandra Haddock -
Sandra Williams – firstname.lastname@example.org
Steven Pallin -
Susan Cutter -
Swane Mackerel – email@example.com
Tina Brown – firstname.lastname@example.org
Recently an artist (Sarah) posted the comment below on this scam artists post from last year.
I am in the midst of the exact negotiations – I have actually received the certified check in the mail, from a person calling herself Nicole Roane. All the other details are the same, except that she says she is relocating to Johannesburg from the Georgia address. I also have a cell phone number for her. Continue Reading